California’s Illegal Alien Office Holder Was Arrested at U.S.-Mexico Border in 2013
Lizbeth Mateo, the illegal alien who was appointed to state office in California on Wednesday, was arrested in 2013 for trying to cross back into the United States after “self-deporting” to Mexico.
As Breitbart News reported five years ago, Mateo was one of the “Dream 9,” a group of illegal aliens brought into the country as children who staged a protest by leaving the U.S. and attempting to gain re-entry — also illegally. The nine — six of whom had already left the U.S. for Mexico — were detained at the U.S. border and held at the Eloy Detention Center in Arizona after trying to cross the border in academic caps and gowns.
The “Dream 9” — five women and four men — became a cause célèbre among amnesty activists. Thanks in part to the attention they generated, and the pressure their supporters put on the Obama administration, immigration officials let them return to the country...MORE
Hero Student Of Parkland Massacre Files Suit Against Sheriff's Office And School
The first lawsuit has been filed by a student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School after the massacre on Valentine’s Day in which 17 people were murdered.
Anthony Borges, 15, who courageously used his body as a human shield to protect other students when the shooter targeted them, getting hit with five bullets and winding up with injuries so severe that he cannot walk, has joined his family to file suit against the Broward County sheriff's office, the school resource officer, the Broward County school system and the principal at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Borges was hit by bullets twice in his right leg, once in his left leg and twice in his torso.
Borges’ attorney, Alex Arreaza, wrote in the lawsuit, “The failure of Broward County Public Schools, and of the principal and school resource officer to adequately protect students, and in particular our client, from life-threatening harm were unreasonable, callous and negligent action or inaction led to the personal injuries sustained by my client." Arreaza stated that Borges has “a great deal of difficulty performing rudimentary tasks for himself,” and has undergone several surgeries. He added, “By the grace of God he's not No. 18. But it's going to be a tough recovery … it's a miracle that we're even talking about recovery.'..MORE